Sunday, April 30, 2006

I got back online after we got home this afternoon to find an email from another of our favorite CVRU nurses. Seems Nova's name is still floating around CVRU. I'm absolutely convinced that the nurses really underestimate how much they mean not only to us specifically, but other families too I'm sure. After a few days trying not to ruin everyone else's vacation by sobbing the whole time, it was really so nice to hear that they still talk about him and us. It means so much that he made a difference to them.

I have to make that appointment with Dr. Watts yet... The one where he explains exactly what happened. I didn't think I had any questions, but as time goes on, I realize that I do. I just don't know if I'll be able to hold it together long enough to hear the answers, or if he'll even have the answers I need.

Anyway, I think we'll run over to CVRU and say hi whenever we go to The Sanger Clinic to talk to Dr. Watts.

posted by Erin @ 11:58 PM   1 comments

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Donovan "Nova" LeClair

Monroe, North Carolina
Nova was our second child to be born with congenital heart defects. We lost our daughter at 12 days after open heart surgery in 2001. Nova was born 12/2/05, with Pulmonary Atresia with VSD. He lived 6 weeks after surgery, and passed away on April 6th, 2006. This blog is his story, and the on-going story of how our family is dealing with the loss of our beautiful boy.
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